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Announcement Concerning Game Approvals

Discussion in 'Circus Maximus' started by Crux, Sep 15, 2013.

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  1. Crux

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    You must post your games in this forum for approval unless you would otherwise be approved to host a BIG or Expert game in which case you can contact a Circus Mod over IRC for approval.

    Post all relevant information in Hide Tags. Include the game type and level in the title of your thread.

    If you are rejected by any Circus mod you may not approach another mod seeking approval unless you have spoken to the mod that originally rejected your game.

    If you have any complaints please direct them to Crux.
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  2. zorbees

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    I want to note that, for the most part, games will be hosted in order of approval. Type of game could allow certain games to be pushed up or down the list. (For example, a big game will likely be prioritized, unless we run too many big games too close to each other. Also, if one host has multiple games approved, they will probably be spaced out a bit). However, it would still be wise to contact a moderator before posting signups.

    EDIT: The above is pretty much about mafia, other games are typically handled separately.
  3. askaninjask

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    New Announcement:

    We are now going to introduce an exception to the rule that all games must be approved. If you are a "trusted" host, the mods may allow you to host a game without showing them all of the game materials. The definition of "trusted" is up to the mods' discretion, but it helps a lot if you:

    - have hosted an approved game in the past that ended successfully
    - have been a member of the community for a long time
    - give the mods 20 dollars (paypal)

    If you do not meet these requirements or the mods do not label you a trusted host for any reason, the previous rules still apply. You can still host a game the usual way by talking to one of the mods and having the game manually approved.
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